Lean And Hungry
The Carrera Club Sport was Porsche's answer to the 911s growing waistline. Pared down to its essence, the CS was essentially a bare-bones model (no radio, AC, undercoating, and so on) with a more powerful motor and tighter suspension. It was intended for serious drivers, guys more interested in lap times than laptops.

This 1988 example belongs to Stephen Miller at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography outside San Diego.

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